Union Home Secretary Amit Shah is likely to chair a high-level meeting on Monday to review the security situation in Jammu and Kashmir ahead of the 74th Republic Day celebrations on January 26, 2022 The security scenario in the territory of the Union will be discussed during the meeting attended by senior J&K police officials.
According to sources, the strategy of counterterrorism operations before Republic Day will also be discussed by officials.
Interior Minister Amit Shah chaired another security meeting on January 3 to review the current threat scenario and emerging security challenges in the country. According to a statement from the Interior Ministry, Shah reviewed security situations, including global terrorist threats, terrorist financing and foreign terrorist movements.
Minister of the Interior of the Union @AmitShah during a security review meeting today, highlighted the continuing threats of cross-border terrorism, terrorist financing, narco-terrorism, the nexus between organized crime and terrorism, illicit use of cyberspace, etc. . pic.twitter.com/MYmNHedfmM
– Spokesperson, Ministry of the Interior (@PIBHomeAffairs) January 3, 2022
The Union Minister of Home Affairs has published three handbooks and a newsletter of the Indian Cybercrime Coordination Center (I4C) under the Cyber ââand Information Security Division (CIS) of the Ministry of the Interior in New Delhi. The manuals are part of a targeted awareness campaign for the prevention of cybercrime and to instill cyberhygiene in rural areas, industry organizations and the general public.
13 terrorists killed in the first 10 days of 2022
The year 2022 has started on a positive note for the security forces, as 13 terrorists were eliminated in the first 10 days. Earlier today, security forces killed two unidentified terrorists in a clash in the Kulgam district of Jammu and Kashmir. According to sources, the local terrorists belong to the terrorist group Al Badre.
On January 5, at least three Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists, including a Pakistani national, were shot dead in Pulwama in a joint J&K police and military operation. Prior to that, three foreign terrorists and five local terrorists were killed in the Kashmir Valley without any collateral damage.
On January 3, J&K police reported that wanted Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist Salem Parray was killed in a clash with security forces in the Harwan area on the outskirts of Srinagar. IGP Vijay Kumar called it a big victory for security forces in the valley.